Sunday, December 08, 2013

Street Evangelisation

Here are some pictures of last nights procession in honour of the Immaculate.


Anonymous said...

Many congratulations, Father.

Zephyrinus said...

How Divine, Fr.

Many congratulations to you and all your Parishioners for this wonderful homage to The Mother of God.

Our Beloved Mother will, undoubtedly, Bless you all.

Liam Ronan said...

Supremely edifying. Thank you, Father.

Lynda said...

Yes, very edifying and heartwarming. And, it looks really ..... Catholic!!

Our Lady of Good Success-pray for us. said...

God Bless you Father and all your Faithful Flock!

"Every one therefore that shall confess me before men, I will also confess him before my Father who is in heaven."

Hail Holy Queen!

Immaculate Conception, pray for us.

p.s. great Pics.

Hughie said...

Looking at the photos I was left very disappointed, Father. You seem to have passed on the opportunity to evangelise your friends at the Brighton and Hove Argus!

Boris said...

Lovely, lovely. I am proud of you and your parishioners.

nickbris said...

Well done Father,sorry I'm not into Street Evangelising in Brighton

Nicolas Bellord said...

Well done Father.

Long-Skirts said...

How our Blessed Mother must smile upon you, Father!


When Rome was
Of the world –
And Master Moon
Was free –

And Mistress Midnight
Bedizened -
In show-star

A tiny sparkle
Miss Mistress Midnight’s
Eye -

And captured Master
Who paled
And gasped a sigh -

But Rome still
Of the world,
Had doctors observe
Ceiling signs -

And missed the Immaculate
Diamond -
Debouching from
Nazareth mines.

Cosmos said...

That's how you do it!

Genty said...


Mary De Voe said...

God help my unbelief.

momangelica said...

Wonderful to see. If I was near, it would be the sort of thing to support Well done to all your parishioners for a credible number of pilgrims, and well done to you for the doing of it.

Unknown said...

God bless and reward you dear Father and your parishioners for this much needed public Catholic witness.

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